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Santa Fe is America’s oldest capital city, and has been occupied since 1050. Even though archeologists agree that the settlement was abandoned about 200 years before the Spanish arrived, the region was claimed as the "Kingdom of Mexico" in 1540. Today’s capital was founded in 1607, the same year in which the colonists landed at Jamestown on the Virginia coast. The Palace of the Governors, the oldest continuously used public building in the United States survives from that period, when the rest of Santa Fe was destroyed by fire.

Between 1692 and 1821, as the capital of the Spanish Empire, Santa Fe prospered and grew as a city, emerging as the capital of the Province of New Mexico when Mexico gained its independence from Spain in 1821. In 1846, New Mexico changed hands again, to become a Territory of the United States along with California.

There is lots to see and do in Santa Fe.